No Arrests Made After Motorist Admits To Firing On Semi During Road Rage Incident

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Amarillo police chose not to arrest either the truck driver or the motorist involved in a road rage incident after each gave conflicting accounts about the incident.

Trucker And Motorists Call Police On Each Other After Road Rage Incident

Police reported to the Petro Truck Stop at about 11:45 last night to respond to calls of shots fired. A Corvette driver and a truck driver had both called police to report the other for dangerous driving and road rage.

The truck driver told police that the Corvette driver had opened fire on his truck. Police did find multiple bullet holes in his truck to support his story.

Motorist Admitted He Fired At Semi, But Says Trucker Was Trying To Hit Him

The Corvette driver admitted that he had fired a handgun at the truck, but said that he had done it in retaliation after the truck driver deliberately struck his vehicle. Police did find damage to the body of the Corvette, but it is unclear if the semi was responsible for those damages.

No injuries were reported and both drivers cooperated with police.

Because of the conflicting stories, police declined to make any arrests.

If you know anything about the incident, Amarillo police encourage you to contact them.

Sources:
KFDA